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As the region gears up for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, this annual gathering of global IoT industry leaders and policy-makers that are involved in Malaysia’s National IoT Strategic Roadmap, will meet to share their knowledge on the latest development of IoT in the region. The term, “Internet of Things”, was coined by Kevin Ashton in 1999. Today, it has evolved to “Hypernet of Things”, creating new user experiences with mobile connectivity and infrastructure that combines web,cellular, WIFI and LPWAN, enabled by billions of IoT edge nodes and millions of clouds.

The Malaysian Government framed 2017 as the year of the Internet Economy, and launching the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) along with the deployment of cloud, next generation cybersecurity offerings that are priorities for the nation’s Digital Transformation, hence, setting the stage for deployment of IoT technologies and applications. This timely event aims to address the low awareness on the importance of IoT, not only is it a critical link to complete the country’s Digital Transformation, but also inspires and drives innovations, and creativity among the youths. Whilst captains of the industries, C-suites and enterprises will benefit from insights on strategic IoT applications and the enormous cost savings, productivity and benefits from deployment of IoT technologies.

Kevin Ashton is a visionary technologist and an expert in digital transformation. He coined the term “the Internet of Things.” The European Commission, the Chinese government, and the US National Intelligence Council all describe the Internet of Things as one of the major technologies of the 21st Century. In in 2013, the term was added to the Oxford Dictionaries. Kevin Ashton is the author of the How To Fly A Horse: The Secret History of Creation, Invention, and Discovery, which was described by the Toronto Post as “the last book about creativity you’ll ever need to read,” and named 2015 Business Book of the Year by 800-CEO-READ. His writing about innovation and technology has appeared in the New York Times, The Atlantic, Politico, and Quartz. He co-founded the Auto-ID Center at MIT and took it from a converted broom closet to a global organization with six labs around the world, 103 corporate sponsors, and over a hundred researchers. And he has led three highly successful tech start-ups, most recently Zensi, which he co-founded and sold to Belkin in 2010. As a result, Kevin has a unique, real-world perspective on what it takes to build organizations that are innovative and how to be an innovator in organizations that aren’t. He has been called “the father of the Internet of Things” by Newsweek; “a modern-day Johnny Appleseed” by Wired and “a man who will change the world” by RFID Journal.   – from[/caption]

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